Ashes To Go is a nationwide initiative that offers the imposition of ashes and prayer on the streets on Ash Wednesday as a reminder to busy passers-by that the Church is still there for them.

Our St. Joseph’s Dinner is delicious Italian feast, served in March, near the feast of St. Joseph. As part of the event, we collect items for our own St. Joseph’s Day altar; the donations are then given to the local food pantry.

The Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper takes place the day before Ash Wednesday. We celebrate with a pancake supper, organized by the Men’s Group, and we have Mardi Gras activities for the kids.

The Mother’s Day Brunch is put on in May by men of the parish in honor of all the mothers of the parish.

The annual Blessing of the Pets takes place on the church’s front lawn at the beginning of October, near the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals. It’s a time to celebrate our animal friends.

The Living Nativity is a reenactment of the Christmas story, told with musicians, narrators, actors, and animals, and it is put on for the community free-of-charge.

An Easter Egg Hunt is hosted every year on the church’s lawn. It is coordinated by our youth group and open to any children under 10 years old. The hunt begins immediately after the 10 AM service on Easter Sunday morning.